Peter Dundas Confirmed as Roberto Cavalli New Creative Director

Designer Peter Dundas has left his position at Emilio Pucci to take over as creative director at Roberto Cavalli. The news was confirmed today to WWD, and his first collection for the fashion house is expected to be for the Spring/Summer 2016 season. 

Dundas previously replaced Matthew Williamson at Pucci and now the role is reportedly set to be taken by Marco Zanini, who previously designed for Schiaparelli, although this has yet to be confirmed.

Roberto Cavalli said the choice of Dundas: "was made with the desire to evolve a style that combines glamour, tradition and innovation." Peter has described the new job as feeling like a "homecoming" as he previously worked at the label between the years of 2002-2005.

Emilio Pucci Autumn/Winter 2015

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